dktrkranz at ubuntu.com
Sat Jan 17 09:02:27 GMT 2009
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James Westby ha scritto:
> At the end of last year there was a small transition done to move
> from libc-client2007b to libc-client2007d.
> However, Debian then reverted this change (with an epoch), as they
> didn't want the SONAME bump in lenny.
I'm not sure Debian reverted the upload only to avoid SONAME bump, there
was probably a problem in the upstream code itself, but I'm not sure
about this. Maybe Jonas could shed some light.
> My proposal then is to prepare an upload of uw-imap, that has a
> "really" version number, to get back the libc-client2007d packages.
> We can then complete the transition with uploads to the half-dozen
> packages depending on the old SONAME. Once Debian has started the
> transition again we can sync once more.
According to NBS page, we only have to rebuild three packages, so I'd
manage them and leave uw-imap as is, unless there is a strong rationale
behind this. The only action I'd take is syncing 8:2007b~dfsg-1.1 from
unstable (fix for #510918).
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